Located at Route 20 and South Union Road near the town of Union, the tourist attraction is a family owned business that's been operating since 1974.
"We've been here 39 years and most people who come here from Chicago which is only an hour away, say 'I've never heard of this place'. How is that even possible?" Wild West Town's Randy Donley said.
Donley's father created Wild West Town taking his passion for antiques and developing it into a 25-acre theme park. Unique pieces are spread throughout the property.
There's a carousel from the 1950s, a jail cell dating back to the 1880s that's been a prop in movie productions and a large collection of music boxes and phonographs.
The park is geared toward everyone in the family but several features are favorites of kids and many of them make the most of their wild west experience by dressing the part.
"So often today, kids are centered around computers and modern technology. It's fun for them to get out and be kids again," Donley said.
That enthusiasm is why it's a popular destination for school field trips.
"It's kind of like they're learning but they're out of the classroom," teacher Debbie Dorf said.
"A lot of these students who come here as young as third and fourth graders actually not only end up working here, but they have careers in the film industry becoming stunt people and actors," Donley said.
The park is now open seven days a week until the end of August. Admission is $15.
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